With another long winter in New England in the rear-view mirror, it’s kind of nice to look ahead to warmer days. Especially the summer. And one part of the summer for soccer parents involves sending their children to soccer camps.
When you think of camps, you think of summer. Many kids do some sort of summer camp activity, usually involving arts and crafts or outdoorsy stuff such as archery and canoeing. Soccer camps obviously are a different breed, offering participants a chance to learn from instructors about how to improve their game.
Given the wide range of camps available, it’s good to have some goals in mind before you decide on which camp to send your player. Namely, what do you hope to get out of a camp?